New answers tagged

0

this is what get_wsgi_application is doing: def get_wsgi_application(): django.setup(set_prefix=False) # this will lead to "apps_ready=true" return WSGIHandler() it is setting up the django environment before returning the handler. The following should do the trick in your wsgi.py: application = get_wsgi_application() from django....


1

Apparently it wasn't supposed to bind to 192.168... but to 127.0.0.1


Top 50 recent answers are included